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Ok so, im new to the overclocking thingy and i'd like a little bit of help. I got the 1100T processor and the Asus Crosshair IV mobo. Reading some posts around the web i started to overclock my cpu. I got a Corsair H80 and i actually altered only the Multiplier of my CPU to 20 leaving the RAM at 1600Mhz since i had problems over 1600Mhz(blue screens after running Prime 95). Here is my temps and voltages @ idle.

And heres a screenshot after 10 minutes on Prime 95 with no errors


So some of the questions are:
Whats the suggested Vcore i should have?
What temperatures should i have?(they seem rather high for an H80)
What about CPU N/B and NB Voltage?(i dont actually know what these things do and how can i combine them with Vcore?)
And any help would be awesome.
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If your temps are ok right now thats good voltage, upping ram doesn't make faster sometimes lower freq with tighter timings is faster phenoms like that. Try a nb of 3000 with voltage at 1.33 untill you get your overclock nb/cpu and cpu stable don't worrie about ram leave it at stock settnigs.
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Ohhh and leave your HT as close to 2000 as possible no need to touch that
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Ok so, im running at 2600nb CPU/NB voltage @ 1.28V and Vcore @ 1.49V. HT is at auto (2006 according to cpuz)

What about the temperatures? Im having 52-55C at the CPU and around 45C on each core at full load on Prime thing that isnt that good i assume

BTW im using the Blend test on Prime95 is that right or?
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Ok so, im running at 2600nb CPU/NB voltage @ 1.28V and Vcore @ 1.49V. HT is at auto (2006 according to cpuz)

What about the temperatures? Im having 52-55C at the CPU and around 45C on each core at full load on Prime thing that isnt that good i assume

BTW im using the Blend test on Prime95 is that right or?
yes blend test is what most use, make sure the core temps do not go above 62c if your hanging out at 45c your good. Try to stay under 55c on the cores under full load. you should be able to get more out of your nb. Try going up to 2800 and 1.3 volts on the nb You probably can back your cpu voltage down a bit see if you can lower it a step or two and still be stable.
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Once you find prime95 is stable you should then start playing a really intense game, this will test your entire system in a way no stress test can.

A handy guide is:
http://www.overclock.net/amd-cpus/88...ing-guide.html

it is intended for more the 1055t and 1090t but there is not much difference in the entire family of chips. They all seem to hit a wall around the 3.8-4.2 Ghz area.

Best of luck
post #7 of 9
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Ok so im having some doubts. Right now im at 3000nb @ 1.31V and Vcore @ 1.46V(on BIOS) and it seems abit unstable. It seems that the CPU/NB Voltage bar on BIOS turns red when i get CPU/NB voltage @ 1.33V(that means that its a bit risky or?)
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post #8 of 9
NB? or CPU-NB? as the NB voltage should stay untouched mostly, however the CPU-NB up to 1.4 should be fine with good cooling, but keeping it as low as possible is advisable.

I have my 1100T running @ 4026mhz with 1.36v, and 4140 with 1.45v, up to 2600 NB at 1.1v, and up to 2990 at 1.25v

If you are doing Multi only overclocking, try raising the PLL to 2.55 or 2.6
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post #9 of 9
Try increasing your CPU-NB voltage a bump or two. As long as you have good case cooling you will be fine. or back it down to 2800 on the CPU-NB one step at a time and just because the voltage bar in bois turns red does not mean its unstable. why do you think its unstable? BSOD on you?
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